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2021-03-20 12:02:58 +0200 commented answer Is there an oxt file for Writer Guide

Perfect! Just what I needed. Thank you.

2021-03-20 12:01:45 +0200 marked best answer Is there an oxt file for Writer Guide

I want to add Writer Guide as an extension so it can e accessed directly from Writer.

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2021-03-19 20:30:15 +0200 answered a question Is there an oxt file for Writer Guide

When I try to load Help, it tells me that I do not have a UK English Dictionary Installed. C:\fakepath\English (UK).JPG

2021-03-19 15:41:24 +0200 asked a question Is there an oxt file for Writer Guide

Is there an oxt file for Writer Guide I want to add Writer Guide as an extension so it can e accessed directly from Writ

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2020-10-13 21:57:59 +0200 asked a question ruler visibility

ruler visibility My old eyes have difficulty with visibility of the rulers in Writer. The font is too small and pale. Is

2020-07-19 19:05:36 +0200 marked best answer sort excluding multiple label rows

I want to sort a sheet by date in one of the columns. I know that there is a setting to exclude the first row which contains labels. However, since the sheet has many rows, I have inserted a row of the same labels as the first row at various intervals so that when I scroll down, I will still be able to see the labels for each column. The problem is that the presence of several label rows at a number of places interferes with the sort process since the several label rows (apart from the first row) are included in the sort. Is there a way to define a sort which would exclude any entries in the column which are text labels and not dates? I want the sort to take place without moving any of the various label rows which I have created.

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2020-07-17 19:57:00 +0200 commented answer sort excluding multiple label rows

nomen's answer worked for me. It did exactly what I wanted to very simply and I don't have to keep adding label lines as

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